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Table of Contents Preface Contributors List 1: Introduction and Overview Larry Nucci and Darcia Narvaez Section I: Defining the Field: Historical, philosophical and methodological foundations 2: Philosophical Moorings Thomas Wren 3: Moral Self-Identity as the Aim of Education Dan Lapsley 4: Moral Education in the Cognitive Developmental Tradition John Snarey 5: Traditional Approaches to Character Education in Britain and America James Arthur 6: Character Education as the Cultivation of Virtue David Carr 7: School, Community and Moral Education Kenneth A. Strike 8: Research and practice in moral and character education: Loosely coupled phenomena James S. Leming Section 2: Relationships in Schools and Classrooms 9: Caring and Moral Education Nel Noddings 10: Developmental Discipline and Moral Education Marilyn Watson 11: Social Interdependence, Moral Character and Moral Education David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson 12: The Just Community Approach to Moral Education and the Moral Atmosphere of the School F. Clark Power & Ann Higgins ?D?Alessandro 13: Social and Emotional Learning, Moral Education, and Character Education: A Comparative Analysis and a View Toward Convergence Maurice J. Elias, Sarah J. Parker, V. Megan Kash, Roger P. Weissberg, Mary Utne O?Brien 14: Peer Relationships and Social Groups: Implications for Social and Moral Education Stacey S. Horn, Christopher Daddis, Melanie Killen Section 3: Contemporary Approaches 15: Moral Education and Domain Theory Larry Nucci 16: Human Flourishing and Moral Development: Cognitive and Neurobiological Perspectives of Virtue Development Darcia Narvaez 17: The Child Development Project: Creating Caring School Communities Victor A. Battistich 18: Constructivist Approaches to Moral Education in Early Childhood Carol Hildebrandt, Betty Zan 19: Smart & Good Schools: A New Paradigm for High School Character Education Matthew Davidson, Thomas Lickona, Vladimir Khmelkov 20: Fostering the Moral and Civic Development of College Students Anne Colby 21: What Works in Character Education: What is Known and What Needs to be Known Marvin W. Berkowitz, Victor A. Battistich, Melinda Bier 22: Education for Integrity: Connection, Compassion and Character Rachael Kessler with Catherine Fink Section 4: Moral and Character Education Beyond the Classroom 23: Positive Youth Development in the United States: History, Efficacy, and Links to Moral and Character Education Richard F. Catalano, J. David Hawkins, John W. Toumbourou 24: The Moral and Civic Effects of Learning to Serve Dan Hart, M. Kyle Matsuba, Robert Atkins 25: Sport and the Development of Character David Light Shields, Brenda Light Bredemeier 26: The Community Contribution to Moral Development and Character Jim Lies, Kendall Cotton Bronk, Jennifer Menon Mariano 27: Media and Prosocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents Marjorie J. Hogan, Victor C. Strasburger Section 5: Professional Issues 28: Guided by Theory, Grounded in Evidence: A Way Forward for Professional Ethics Education Muriel J. Bebeau, Verna E. Monson 29: Teacher Education for Moral and Character Education Merle Schwartz 30: Teaching Ethically as a Moral Condition of Professionalism Elizabeth Campbell
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Moral education -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Personality development -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.